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Top Automotive Product at CES: Engadget

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Despite the sexy holograms shown in heads up displays at CES and Alpine’s wireless CarPlay for any car, it was new motorcycle technology that won Engadget’s Best Of CES award for Automotive Technology.

Honda won for its Riding Assist technology, which keeps a motorcycle upright.  It makes small adjustments to the wheel to prevent the bike from falling over.  It’s not using gyroscopes but its proprietary robotic Uni-Cub mobility research.

The concept bike can switch to regular riding mode for those who don’t want the safety feature.  See more here.

Runners up were:

Honda NeuV

Chrysler Portal

Toyota Concept-i

See Engadget’s Best of CES here.


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